Jun 28th 2022 | Posted in Education by Government Contracting Pipeline

Iowa – Plans at Iowa State University to renew or replace 2.3 million square feet of buildings on its Ames Campus encompass 700,000 square feet of new construction on more than 40 buildings over the next 30 years. Most of the new square footage will come from already planned projects, such as the $54 million Therkildsen […]

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May 31st 2022 | Posted in Education by Government Contracting Pipeline

Oregon – Voters in the Beaverton School District passed a $723 million bond referendum on May 17 that will fund $397 million in building modernization projects, $120 million in deferred maintenance, $44 million in technology purchases, $40 million in seismic upgrades, and $27 million in security initiatives. Tentatively set to open in 2027, the complete rebuild […]

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May 23rd 2022 | Posted in Education by Government Contracting Pipeline
Madison Park Technical Vocational High School

Massachusetts – Boston Mayor Michelle Wu unveiled a Green New Deal for Boston Public Schools (BPS) that would invest $2 billion to construct and renovate district facilities, many of which date to the 1950s. The Green New Deal will accelerate work to decarbonize the city’s building sector, while delivering improvements to environmental health, justice, and safety […]

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May 16th 2022 | Posted in Education by Texas Government Insider
Dallas STEM building rendering

The University of North Texas (UNT) System will host a virtual pre-solicitation meeting at noon May 18 for programming and design services for a Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) building on its Dallas campus. Planned as an approximately 115,000-square-foot facility, this new building will feature flexible teaching and collaborative research laboratories, and active learning […]

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May 9th 2022 | Posted in Education by Texas Government Insider
MD Anderson Cancer Center

Regents at The University of Texas (UT) approved a request from a facilities subcommittee on May 5 to start defining the scope of a $2.9 billion project to build two ambulatory clinical buildings at UT M.D. Anderson Cancer Center. The center is proposing to construct Ambulatory Clinical Buildings 2 and 3 on the institution’s Texas […]

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May 2nd 2022 | Posted in Education by Texas Government Insider
Houston Community College Resiliency Center

Houston Community College (HCC) unveiled its plans on April 26 for a $30 million resiliency center that will feature facilities to simulate high and swift water rescues and High-Line and petrochemical incident response. The 65,000-square-foot center will be built on HHC’s Northeast Campus where 3,000 to 4,000 local, regional, and national first responders a year […]

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Apr 22nd 2022 | Posted in Education by Government Contracting Pipeline
Eastern Florida State College - rendering

Florida – New academic buildings, student housing, and major improvements comprise Eastern Florida State College’s new $87 million master plan for its Cocoa campus. College officials said the master plan will focus on programs for high-technology careers and general education. It represents the largest planned capital outlay the college has ever made on any of its […]

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Apr 18th 2022 | Posted in Education by Texas Government Insider

The University of Texas (UT) at Austin has established a unique program that already is delivering powerful benefits to students and the public at large. At The Impact Factory, students are becoming innovative civic entrepreneurs by learning startup strategies while experiencing every stage of a start-up firm and having positive, measurable impact on communities in […]

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Apr 8th 2022 | Posted in Education by Texas Government Insider
Texas A&M San Antonio Soccer Field rendering

Texas A&M University-San Antonio will receive $10 million in funding from Bexar County for athletic facilities and fields on campus. A multipurpose field with a track, along with a softball field and stadium will be designed and constructed using the funds. County officials may use federal pandemic relief funds mixed with the county’s general fund […]

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Mar 11th 2022 | Posted in Education by Texas Government Insider
University of Houston football building rendering

The University of Houston (UH) will host a pre-submittal conference at 10 a.m. March 9 for architecture and engineering services to design a new $78.6 million football operations building. Located at the university’s main campus, the 120,000-square-foot facility will be designed to integrate with the existing Football Indoor Practice Facility and to consolidate all football […]

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Feb 28th 2022 | Posted in Education by Government Contracting Pipeline
University of Michigan North Campus

Michigan – The board of regents of the University of Michigan System on February 17 approved a $190 million North Campus housing project to add 1,200 beds by 2024. Three new buildings, covering 380,000 square feet total, will provide on-campus housing options by replacing the 500 beds in the Northwood III buildings, which are now only […]

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Feb 18th 2022 | Posted in Education by Government Contracting Pipeline
Tennessee State University

Tennessee – Gov. Bill Lee is proposing a $52.6 billion budget heading into a joint session of Tennessee’s General Assembly that includes investments in education, transportation infrastructure, and public safety. Gov. Lee’s address included a vision for updating K-12 education funding. This new approach will set aside dollars for each student, based on that student’s individual […]

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Jan 31st 2022 | Posted in Education by Government Contracting Pipeline
University of Kentucky - Funkhouser Building

Kentucky – As part of a record $2 billion in proposed spending on pre-K-12 education, Gov. Andy Beshear also is calling for a 12 percent increase in funding for higher education, the highest in decades. Beshear is advocating an investment of funds, including agency bonds as well as third-party donations, for new construction of 19 new […]

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Jan 19th 2022 | Posted in Education by Texas Government Insider

Prairie View A&M University (PVAMU) was one of only 10 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) in the U.S. and 10 Texas higher education institutions to attain R2 Carnegie Classification (Doctoral University; High Research Activity. In the 2021 update to the Carnegie Classifications, Prairie View A&M was joined by these public and private universities in […]

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Jan 5th 2022 | Posted in Education by Texas Government Insider

UTSA is inviting vendors to attend a virtual pre-submittal conference at 9 a.m. December 21 for architectural and engineering services for a new Basketball and Volleyball Training Facility (BVTF) to support the teams’ entry into the American Athletic Conference in Division 1. The BVTF will be located adjacent to the recently completed Roadrunner Athletic Center […]

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Dec 15th 2021 | Posted in Education by Texas Government Insider
Dallas College - El Centro campus

Dallas College will start working with consultants in 2022 to develop a strategic real estate and facilities plan and coordinate downtown developments while reviewing proposed bond projects that are slated for construction in the upcoming five to 10 years. After recently transitioning from seven separately accredited colleges under the Dallas County Community College District system […]

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Dec 6th 2021 | Posted in Education by Texas Government Insider

Texas Woman’s University (TWU) will host a mandatory pre-submittal conference on December 8 for architectural and engineering services for an estimated $100 million health science center. The new facility on TWU’s Denton campus will be approximately 175,000 gross square feet. It is designed to allow the university to replace and consolidate aging and obsolete clinical […]

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Nov 30th 2021 | Posted in Education by Government Contracting Pipeline
Bob and Betty Beyster Building

Michigan – A recent $25 million endowment boosted the University of Michigan’s plans for an estimated $145 million computer science and information addition to the Bob and Betty Beyster Building. Constructed in 2005, Beyster houses the College of Engineering’s Computer Science and Engineering Division (CSE). In order to address existing space constraints for CSE and the […]

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Nov 17th 2021 | Posted in Education by Texas Government Insider

Texas A&M University System (TAMUS) officials and Fort Worth city and business leaders are partnering to build a new downtown research campus to foster innovation and business development. Sharing a vision to create a collaborative between Fort Worth industries and research, education, and workforce training assets of the Texas A&M System, the partnership will benefit […]

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Nov 17th 2021 | Posted in Education, Healthcare by Government Contracting Pipeline

Oregon – The board of directors at Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU) approved $650 million in funding to expand OHSU Hospital on Marquam Hill to serve as a high-acuity trauma facility and regional referral center for patients. Work on the five-year project will begin in spring 2022, with completion expected in 2026 on the site […]

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Nov 11th 2021 | Posted in Education by Texas Government Insider
Rice University

Rice University launched a $2 billion capital campaign to fund several endeavors including the construction of new facilities. “Be Bold: The Campaign for Rice” opened with significant momentum, having already secured $1.2 billion in commitments that include the two largest gifts in the university’s history. The Moody Foundation has committed $100 million for the construction […]

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Nov 2nd 2021 | Posted in Education by Kristin Gordon
Texas Southern University

More than $3 billion in tuition revenue bonds will fully fund 47 capital projects at all state university systems, independent institutions, and state technical colleges with the governor’s signing of SB 52 on October 25. The Texas Legislature passed the bill with an emphasis on renovation, projects to replace inoperable buildings, and deferred maintenance and […]

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Oct 29th 2021 | Posted in Education by Texas Government Insider
Texas State music building rendering

Texas State University launched Next is Now, its largest fund-raising campaign in university history on October 8 that aims to raise $250 million to advance initiatives including new and renovated facilities. Aligned with the university’s strategic plan, campaign priorities include constructing a new music building and renovating the Meadows Center for Water and the Environment. […]

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Oct 19th 2021 | Posted in Education by Texas Government Insider
Texas State music building rendering

Texas State University launched Next is Now, its largest fund-raising campaign in university history on October 8 that aims to raise $250 million to advance initiatives including new and renovated facilities. Aligned with the university’s strategic plan, campaign priorities include constructing a new music building and renovating the Meadows Center for Water and the Environment. […]

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Sep 8th 2021 | Posted in Education by Texas Government Insider

The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley (UTRGV) will host a pre-submittal conference at 3 p.m. September 7 for architectural and engineering services as it enters the design phase for a $49.5 million Cancer and Surgery Center. UTRGV has acquired property in McAllen that will serve as a multidisciplinary campus for expansion of the university’s […]

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